Manual backup of files starts by creating a system image.
Manual backup used by system is a meticulous copy of the computer disk, which includes: • the programs that serve to connect the hardware to the operating system; • system configuration files; • programs and files that have a computer. This image serves to restore the contents of the computer if the hard disk or the entire computer stops working. The system image is then stored in a location other than the one where it is stored.
To back up the programs, system settings, and files follow the steps: 1. Click the Start button) / Control Panel / System and Security; 2. Click Backup your computer 3. At the left of the panel, click Create a system image and then follow the steps under the open windows.
Preserving the Copy Of Files In order not to risk losing the files on the computer, we can keep them automatically on a regular basis or manual. To do this, follow the steps below:
1. Click the Start / Control Panel (System and Maintenance) or System and Security button;
2. Click Backup and Restore or Backup your computer:
3. Select one of the following: • If you have not used Windows Backup before, click Set up Manual backup and follow the steps under the open windows; • If we have previously created a backup, we can expect that the scheduled backup is done regularly, or we can manually create a new backup by clicking Back up now.
Creating a New Backup After we create the first backup, Backup Windows changes or adds new information to the later backup. If the backup is stored on the hard drive or in an area on the Internet, Backup Windows automatically creates a full backup when needed for the user. WSP backup is stored on a CD or DVD, or if we want to create new backups of all the files on the computer, then we will create a full backup. To do this, follow the steps: 1. Click the Start / Control Panel(System and Maintenance) or System and Security button; 2. Click Backup and Restore. C) Backup your computer; 3. On the left of the panel, click Create new, full backup.